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Re: H. 'Blue Mouse Ears'

  • Subject: Re: H. 'Blue Mouse Ears'
  • From: "ranbl" ranbl@netsync.net
  • Date: Mon, 14 Jul 2003 08:50:31 -0400

I hope you can get an oppertunity to visit here some time .  I believe I have quite a few promisimg flowering plants (hostas) under observation.  Actually some are in bloom right now.  Besides several numbered seedlings, there is one of my favorites 'Blue Angel'  Which I rate as a fine flowering plant.  'Lake superior is in full bloom right now and is just beautiful.  ( drawing comments from almost everyone who sees it in bloom)  Then there is 'Breathless'  It is a "brancher" with lavender/blue blooms just above a mound of blue/gtreen foliage and most of the scapes branch, so the bloom presentation is almost uniformly solid 
H. 'Oh my Heart', H. 'Purple Passion', H.
> 'Raspberry Sorbet', and now H. 'Blue Mouse Ears'.
> "
> Glen Williams

e-mail: ranbl@netsync.net

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